Pluto

Pluto

Urasawa X Tezuka. 007

Book - 2009
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Simon and Schuster
Who Killed Astro Boy? No Robots; Human vs. humanoid!

Who Killed Astro Boy? No Robots; Human vs. humanoid!

 

Pluto has destroyed six out of the seven great robots of the world, and the pacifist robot Epsilon is the only one that remains. Will Epsilon, who refused to participate in the 39th Central Asian War, leave behind his war-orphaned charges to step onto the battlefield? It just might be that kindly Epsilon, who wields the power of photon energy, will be Pluto's greatest opponent of all!

 

Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : Viz Media, c2009
Edition: Viz signature ed
ISBN: 9781421532677
1421532670
Characteristics: 193 p. : chiefly ill. (some col.) ; 21 cm

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Nakkid
Feb 25, 2018

The story continues just as tense as the previous volume. You can't help being on the edge of your seat through the whole thing. Even during quiet or amiable moments you have the sense that something might happen at any second. This volume ended up having me on the verge of tears, which is saying a lot because it's rare for a comic to make me cry.

m8k5fk7t3h7dgneq_nx5f4u5 Dec 13, 2012

I got the spanish edition when I submitted for a hold. Hopefully they're not all spanish editions, since I can't read those.

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